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New Scrum Poker Cards available

Planning poker is a simple but powerful tool that makes estimations faster, more accurate and the best is: It makes a lot of fun. The new version of the agile42 Scrum Poker Cards includes now also the Coffee Cup and the ½ Point Card.

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20 April 2009
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Scrum
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agile, planning poker, scrum, scrum poker

In Scrum, estimating is a team activity. Every User Story is estimated by the whole team.

Planning poker is a simple but powerful tool that makes estimations faster, more accurate and the best is: It makes a lot of fun.

New Agile42 Scrum Planning Poker Cards The new version of the agile42 Scrum Poker Cards includes now also the Coffee Cup and the ½ Point Card. Planning Poker is the best way we know for agile teams to estimate User Stories and Tasks.

Please remember, that the Product Owner is not estimating. For him we developed the Business Value Game, which helps him to prioritize requirements and ...

Planning Poker Cards

Use these simple Planning Poker decks to break down complex software engineering problems into manageable chunks, and estimate fast and precise. The Planning Poker Card Decks come together with the Business Value Game.

On
18 March 2009
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General
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agile, estimation, planning poker, planning poker cards, scrum

Hi there,

to estimate tasks we use in our projects the planning poker cards. It makes fun and gives clear rules to the team to evaluate the effort of a task.

You can order them on our Planning Poker Page

Have fun Marion

What is Planning Poker?

Planning poker is a variation of the Wideband Delphi method. It is simple, makes fun and results in reliable estimates.

Planning poker is mostly used to estimate the effort or the relative size of tasks in software development. The members of the project team come together and estimate each item in a few ...

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